The heavy rains that occurred earlier this Monday in the Valentine unit hit the southern region of Maracay, flooding many streets and houses in areas such as La Esmeralda, La Morita, Mata Redonda and Los Cocos, requiring care and support from the said communities Support protocols for families living in
It is worth noting that during the early hours of the morning, residents of Rio Blanco worked to clean up and remove debris from the Madre Vieja River, in order to avoid blockage of the canal and possible overflow that would flood homes in that area. Can ,
Similarly, in the Francisco de Miranda and Paraparal areas, in Francisco Linares Alcântara municipality, residents reported flooding of some houses, causing fear and anguish among families, in addition to the loss of some belongings.
City Hall assists affected families
Entities attached to the Girardot mayor’s office are deployed to areas affected by the rains, where they perform cleanup and maintenance work, including the removal of sediment and debris in La Esmeraldita, Los Cocos, Rio Blanco and Aguacatl.
He has also responded to reports through 1×10 of drains being opened with a VECTOR machine in 16 communities in Marrakesh.
Similarly, to solve the issue of flooding in the southern area of Maracay, the Girardot mayor’s office is working on the construction of a primary water treatment plant, which will be active in the La Esmeraldita sector and will include four control lagoons. Water coming from surrounding communities, which will go through a natural process for its controlled discharge.
Mayor Rafael Morales said, “These catchment pit works are 50% advanced… This work will provide a concrete solution to this problem.”
In Haldiro they give everything to planning before the rain
Given the meteorological events and tropical waves declared by Inameh, the Termero Mayor’s Office developed a permanent cleaning plan in the city’s canals, pipes, rivers and streams, with which they hope to avoid further incidents.
“Our men are deployed since the early hours of the morning. We were in the Cemetery Canal, we were in Los Cabos, we were in each of the parishes in the municipality of La Mantuana, Villa del Este and Santiago Marino”, elaborated Mayor Joana Sánchez.
Jesús Franco, director of civil protection in Marino, stressed that there have only been routine situations on some roads with water accumulations, but nothing serious to regret, while the municipal government of Santiago Marino remains vigilant and in case remains stationed. For any emergency that may arise.
City Hall works on the construction of the primary water treatment plant